This is the final installment of my series on Seoul’s neighborhood of Insadong. If you missed any of the other posts, check them out here and here. Today’s post is all about food. Try not to drool too heavily on your keyboard.
I love watermelon! If I could eat it every day with every meal, I probably would.
If you’re in Seoul between now and July 2nd get thee to the Sinsa area ASAP! The Kirin Ichiban Garden, a pop-up restaurant/bar featuring frozen beer, will only be around for a few … Read more
Andrew Zimmern is now following me on Twitter. Whoa! I guess my Bizarre Foods posts and tweets got his attention.
Speaking of food… I have had the hardest time finding spicy food in Korea. I came to the conclusion that either Korean food isn’t as spicy as many may think it is, or that Koreans are afraid to serve this Westerner anything too spicy for fear that I can’t handle it.
Confession: I have never eaten a peanut butter and jelly sandwich because I think the combination looks gross and shouldn’t be paired. I’ve vowed never to eat one because of those reasons.
Admittedly, before coming to Korea I wasn’t much of an adventurous eater. I love watching Andrew Zimmern’s show Bizarre Foods and being totally amazed and grossed out by the things he eats. Many of the things that man put in his mouth I have also vowed that I would never eat. You know what they say, right? Never say never!